PARIS -- The global food industry is making progress in developing a sweeping food-safety program that will eventually certify suppliers in accordance with accepted manufacturing standards, according to Richard Fedigan, chief executive officer of CIES-The Food Business Forum, a global organization of food retailers and suppliers here. Fedigan spoke about food safety and other standards-based initiatives in an interview with SN on the eve of the CIES World Food Business Summit, which is ...

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